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From project2501 <dar...@ontrenet.com>
Subject Discovery & Store and Forwarding Queues
Date Wed, 14 Jan 2009 22:53:58 GMT

Hi,
   I read that multicast broker discovery is enabled by default and in my
5.2 AMQ it seems its configured that way.

What I want to do is run 2 ActiveMQ 5.2 instances on a subnet, on different
machines and have them auto-discover each other - and have messages sent to
any local broker to propagate to other brokers as needed.

To test this, I ran a queue consumer on each broker separately (I'm using
pyactivemq over activemq-cpp). Each consumer attaches to
tcp://localhost:port session for the same queue "myqueue". The consumers do
not know about the other brokers or each other.

I want to send a message to the queue (from any broker) and have either
consumer receive it - especially when only one is listening.

I couldn't get it to work, but maybe its misconfigured?

I read all the docs on network of brokers, and store-and-forward.

Thanks for any tips!
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